Lola Hennesy as child

Lola Hennesy as child (daughter of Esmond and Ethel Hennesy) and Otis Hyde in Bogalusa, LA. There was no indication of date on the photo but Ethel and Ezzie Hennesy moved to Camden, Arkansas around 1930 so this would have been around 1929-30, prior to that move. Jean Kearns says the girl is her sister, […]

1972 International Paper Company prejob conference showing Esmond Hennesy

June 2 1972, International Paper Company, prejob conference, Natchez Mill Right click image to view larger. Left to right back row: C. C. Ward, SEPCO; B. Kittrell, Boilermakers; G. W. Moore, Sheetmetal Workers; W. M. Fortenberry, PAPCO; H. M. Booth, PAPCO, A. T. Davis, Asbestos Workers; J. M. Martin, IPCO; L. Fuller, Ironworkers; J. Graves, […]

Old Photos of Esmond Edward Hennesy at the Paper Mill, Exterior

Esmond Hennesy is 2nd from right Esmond Hennesy is on the far right Two more photos of Esmond Hennesy at the paper mill, other individuals unknown. I don’t know if this is in Arkansas but I’m thinking it may be as he appears to be older here.

Photo of Esmond Edward Hennesy at the paper mill, 1927

Esmond Edward Hennesy at the paper mill. The back reads 23 January 1927, midnight. It must have been a special day. Most of the photos we have of Esmond are to do with paper mill activities but this is an exception for all the photos we have in that it is “industrial”. Prior to this […]

Photo of Esmond Edward Hennesy at a fair

Esmond Edward Hennesy, son of James Leon Hennesy and Lucy Myles 1 Jun 1903 – 24 Nov 1992 Circa early 1920s. This is really a pretty interesting photo in that it is a “staged” photo at a fair of some type, probably in Washington Parish, Louisiana where he lived. There is another photo of him […]

Photo of James and Nancy Caroline Welch Hennesy

James Hennesy (4 Jan 1839 – 2 Oct 1911) and Nancy Caroline Welch Hennesy (9 Feb 1848 – 6 Nov 1925) in later years. There was no indication on the photo of photographer or date, but it would have been early 1900’s. If one looks closely one will note that the photo was taken outdoors. […]

James and Nancy Hennesy’s House

I took this photo from Jeff Hennesy’s website. The house is identified as being the old home of James and Nancy Caroline Hennesy. However, Ethel Hennesy identified this photo as being of their house that was destroyed by a tornado, she said, in 1909-1910, and Curtis Hennesy said instead it was in 1912. The first […]

Photos of Nancy Caroline Welch Hennesy

These are 2 photos of Nancy Caroline Welch Hennesy that would have been taken on the same day. Nancy was born Feb 9 1848 in Franklinton, Washington Parish, Louisiana to James Daniel Welch and Caroline Bullock. She married James Hennesy 1868 March 19 and died 1925 Nov 6. Jean Hennesy Kearns believed that since the […]

James and Nancy (Welch) Hennesy’s Home Destroyed by 1912 Tornado

Home of James Hennesy and Nancy Caroline (Welch) Hennesy destroyed by a tornado 1909-1910. Stoney Point, Washington Parish, Louisiana. Quick touch of color to give definition. Ethel Hennesy identified this photo as possibly being of the home of James and Nancy Hennesy which was destroyed by a tornado in 1909-1910. Curtis Hennesy writes the home […]

James Leon Hennesy Photo, Pre WWI

James Leon Hennesy 4 May 1873 – 1938 Original photo. Photo’s cardboard frame showed the name: Charles T. Yenni Studio, 631 Canal St. New Orleans, LA. No date. My guess is around 1913 when James was about 40.